Creating External Threaded Studs

In this example, you create a new stud on a planar surface. You can also create a stud on an existing cylindrical stud that you can then modify.

To create external threaded studs:

  1. In a part, click Stud Wizard (Features toolbar) or Insert > Features > Stud Wizard .
  2. In the PropertyManager, click Creates Stud on a Surface .
  3. On the Stud tab:
    1. Under Shaft Length , specify a value.
    2. Under Standard, select a standard, the Type of thread, and the thread Size. The Major Diameter value is based on the Size.
    3. Under Thread, for End Condition, select Blind and specify the Thread Depth .
    4. To add an external Thread class, select the check box and a class.
      You can access this information in drawings.
    5. To add an Undercut, select the check box and specify the Undercut diameter , Undercut depth , and Undercut radius .

  4. On the Position tab, select the face to position the stud.

    You can position only one stud per feature.
  5. Click .

    To view the threads, click Tools > Options > Document Properties > Detailing and under Display Filter, select Cosmetic threads or Shaded cosmetic threads.